Meet the Passionate Duo Donning Orange Ties in the Fight for Early Childhood Education
Friday, 11 January 2019
Jay Pluimer recently sat down at the kid's table to have a talk with YWCA Minneapolis about his work with Mike O'Keefe as co-chairs of YWCA giving circle. Jay's signature effort, Circle of Men, first formed to support the fundraising event Circle of Women, has recently expanded its efforts to help make high-quality Early Childhood Education more accessible to all through philanthropy and advocacy.
Wednesday, 12 September 2018
Kathy will discuss ways to navigate financial conversations with your partner, parents, or kids. She'll also introduce key ways to plan for life's financial transitions, from career to retirement, and provide thought-provoking considerations to can take home as we plan for our personal legacy journey!
A Common Hope is also having its annual Sponsorpalooza! The first month of every sponsorship will be MATCHED this month thank to an anonymous "angel" sponsor. It's a great time to become a Sponsor and change a student's life!
SPONSOR A STUDENT
Wednesday, 30 May 2018
Kathy Longo has been asked to speak at the Partners in Equity Series presented by The Women's Foundation of Minnesota.
On August 21st, at the Multigenerational Giving and Donor Advised Funds event, Kathy will present and share insights and themes from her new book: Flourish Financially: Values, Transitions, and Big Conversations.
Thursday, 10 July 2014
Kathleen Longo describes how retirement assets and a Donor Advised Fund can be the perfect solution for charitable giving as part of an overall legacy plan in Talking About Philanthropy
Shared by the Minneapolis Foundation, July, 10 2014
Many donor families are increasingly using a Donor Advised Fund to support their multi-generational giving. Donors Joe and Ellen Kim* wanted a giving vehicle that would allow them to share their charitable legacy with their three daughters and pass along their retirement assets without incurring tax liabilities. To fulfill both their giving and tax goals, the Kims named their donor-advised fund as a beneficiary of their IRA assets.
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